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Ella7891034567 ,

a comfortable distance

I honestly don't appreciate pop music, but this album brings me a different feel to this type of music and I really it! the singing is amazing and the lyrics are real. defiantly a good album to purchase

BeachBod ,

A Comfortable Distance

A Comfortable Distance is an impressive debut EP. The music is a combination of ambitious and skillful, and a bit mysterious, in the best creative way. The singer ‘reminds me of somebody,’ until I realize it doesn’t matter who-- I just like his voice! The lyrics thoughtfully alternate between postmodern angst and serious funky fun. The Cult Life highlights the talents of Generation Y singer/songwriters. More please!

doodlebastard ,

Take Me Home

I am impressed by the musicality and thoughtful lyrics
on "A Comfortable Distance." The songs remind me a little of Justin Timberlake, here, and Michael Jackson there—a good thing-- but the music is not at all derivative. It’s unique, groovy, well-mixed. From the feel good, dance you’re a#! off, “Take Me Home,” to the darker storytelling in “Checking for a Pulse,” the songs captivate without holding you hostage (unless you are trying to sleep and can’t get them out of your head). I loved the reflective vocals on the "Ambien Zombie" track—“I saw my breath today,
And I think I heard you sing, Sometimes it's all I need.” "End of the World Party" left me wanting to go clubbing with The Cult Life--“We’re going out on a good one.”